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Title: Structure of a Research Proposal or Report


1
Structure of a Research Proposal or Report
  • INFO4990 Information Technology Research Methods
  • DECO3008 Design Computing Prep Honours
  • Mary Lou Maher
  • March 2005

2
Contents
  • Report
  • Introduction to topic
  • Literature Review
  • Research Methodology
  • Research Results
  • Contributions
  • References
  • Proposal
  • Introduction to topic
  • Literature Review
  • Research Methodology
  • Proposed Approach
  • Research Schedule
  • References

3
Introduction to topic
  • Start with a summary and significance of your
    title
  • Motivation what will we have when the research
    is done
  • Significance where are the holes in what has
    been done already
  • Aims, Objectives, Claim, Hypothesis, Research
    Questions

4
Literature Review
  • Critically review the research literature in the
    field that you intend to make your contribution
  • Summarise the contributions of relevant
    literature
  • Identify relevant claims, methods, validation
  • State the relevance to your research

5
Research Methodology
  • Relate your claim to the method and to the
    validation around one or more research
    methodologies
  • Prototyping
  • Experimental
  • Surveys
  • Simulation
  • Case Study
  • Action Research

6
Proposed Approach
  • How will you collect your evidence?
  • Have you started the research?
  • What is your big idea?
  • Are there any preliminary results?

7
Research Results
  • How did you collect your evidence?
  • What are your results?
  • Did you idea work as intended?

8
Research Schedule
  • Identify the major tasks to complete the research
  • Tasks should be derived from the methodology
  • Identify the length of time to complete the tasks
    and the order in which they will be done
  • Notice any tasks that will be done at the same
    time
  • Draw a gantt chart
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